# Physics Test On Simple Machines! Trivia Quiz

28 Questions | Total Attempts: 5462  Settings  In physics, a mechanical device that is able to change the direction or magnitude of a force is called a simple machine. So, here we are with this test that contains 28 questions of the topic. If you are that genius who can play physics then get through this test with 100% accuracy, we challenge you!

• 1.
The picture above illustrates which of the six simple machines?
• A.

Pulley

• B.

Wedge

• C.

Inclined Plane

• 2.
The picture above illustrates which of the six simple machines?
• A.

Lever

• B.

Pulley

• C.

Wheel and Axle

• 3.
The picture above illustrates which of the six simple machines?
• A.

Inclined Plane

• B.

Wedge

• C.

Screw

• 4.
The picture above illustrates which of the six simple machines?
• A.

Wheel and Axle

• B.

Pulley

• C.

Lever

• 5.
The picture above illustrates which of the six simple machines?
• A.

Inclined Plane

• B.

Wedge

• C.

Axe

• 6.
This is an example to what Class Lever?
• A.

First Class Lever

• B.

Second Class Lever

• C.

Third Class Lever

• 7.
This is an example to what Class Lever?
• A.

First Class Lever

• B.

Second Class Lever

• C.

Third Class Lever

• 8.
This is an example to what Class Lever?
• A.

First Class Lever

• B.

Second Class Lever

• C.

Third Class Lever

• 9.
This is an example to what Class Lever?
• A.

First Class Lever

• B.

Second Class Lever

• C.

Third Class Lever

• 10.
The picture above illustrates which of the six simple machines?
• A.

Screw

• B.

Gears

• C.

Wheel and Axle

• 11.
Motion is moving
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 12.
Speed that remains at a steady pace and does not slow down or speed up is known as
• A.

Variable Speed

• B.

Constant Speed

• 13.
Speed that changes and becomes different is known as
• A.

Variable Speed

• B.

Constant Speed

• 14.
Force can be known as a  push
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 15.
Force can be known as a pull
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 16.
Place a check next to the words that best describe Contact Force
• A.

Magnetism

• B.

Smash

• C.

Collide

• D.

Gravity

• E.

Crash

• F.

Peaceful

• G.

Ram

• H.

Friction

• 17.
Which of the following best describes Friction
• A.

A non-contact force such as gravity

• B.

Tires sliding on ice

• C.

A contact force that slows an object’s motion

• 18.
Gravity is ...
• A.

A pull towards the ground

• B.

A push towards the clouds

• C.

The result of two metals containing iron attached together

• 19.
Which of the following best describes non-contact forces?
• A.

Pulling & Colliding

• B.

Magnetism & Inclined Planes

• C.

Gravity & Magnetism

• 20.
When you increase the distance of a moving object on an inclined plane ...
• A.

Less force is needed

• B.

More force is needed

• C.

The force remains the same

• 21.
The center of this teeter-totter would be known as the ...
• A.

Effort

• B.

• C.

Fulcrum

• 22.
When studying Simple Machines, the Load would be known as ...
• A.

How much effort you push

• B.

What you are trying to move

• C.

The item that pivots

• 23.
The best definition of Work is the ability to ...
• A.

Feel exhausted and tired

• B.

Take a lunch break

• C.

Move an object

• 24.
When two metals containing iron begin to pull closer and attach themselves, this is known as
• A.

Attract

• B.

Repel

• 25.
More pulleys reduce the amount of force needed to lift an object
• A.

True

• B.

False

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